Mountain Biking in Mammoth Mountain, Yosemite National Park,
Mostly for experienced bikers
Mammoth Mountain is located in California’s eastern Sierra, at 100 mi/161 km south of Nevada State line and 50 minutes from the Eastern Gate of Yosemite National Park.
Mammoth Mountain Bike Park is the perfect place for biking on Mammoth Mountain. It has more than enough terrains for every daredevil to push his/her skills.
The terrains are at their majority for experienced bikers, especially the featured, rich, double, black diamond trails, like Twilight Zone. It is also good for kids and beginners with trails, like Downtown, which is kind of long though. If beginners want to learn, they need to exercise repetition skills on the same obstacles and corners.
Also, it would be wise to test the bike first at the parking lot, because every bike is different and it could be dangerous, if you can’t understand how to change a gear.
How to Get to Destination
FROM Los Angeles
309 miles/497.29 km, 4 hours 56 minutes
Start out going northwest on W 1st St towards S Broadway. Take the 1st right onto N Broadway. Merge onto US-101 N toward Hollywood Fwy/Harbor Fwy. Merge onto CA-110 N via EXIT 3 towards Pasadena. Take the I-5 FWY N/Golden State Fwyexit, EXIT 26A, on the left towards Sacramento. Merge onto I-5 N. Keep right to take I-5-TRUCK N towards CA-14 N. Merge onto CA-14 N towards Palmdale/Lancaster. CA-14 N becomes US-395 N. Turn slight right onto 03s434 (Portions unpaved). Stay straight to go onto 03s438
(Portions unpaved). Take the 1st right onto N1206 (Portions unpaved). N1206 becomes 03s440 (Portions unpaved). Welcome to MAMMOTH LAKES, CA9 3546.
FROM San Francisco
329 miles/529.47 km, 5 hours 50 minutes
Start out going south on Van Ness Ave/US-101 towards Fell St. Merge onto US-101 S/Central Fwy towards I-80 E/Oakland/San Jose. Merge onto I-80 E via the exit on the left towards Bay Bridge/Oakland. Merge onto I-580 E towards CA-24/Hayward-Stockton. Keep left to take I-205 E towards Tracy/Stockton. Merge onto I-5 N. Merge onto CA-120 E via EXIT 461 towards Manteca/Sonora. Merge onto CA-99 N/CA-120 E via the exit on the left towards Sacramento/Sonora. Take the CA-120 E/Yosemite Ave exit,EXIT 242, towards Sonora. Turn right onto E Yosemite Ave/CA-120. Continue to follow CA-120. Turn left onto E F St/CA-108/CA-120. Continue to follow CA-108 E. Turn right onto Peaceful Oak Rd/CA-108. Take the 1st left onto Mono Way/Sonora Pass Hwy/CA-108 E. Continue to follow CA-108 E (Portions may be closed seasonally). Turn right onto US-395 S. Make a U-turn onto US-395 N. Turn slight right onto 03s434 (Portions unpaved). Stay straight to go onto 03s438 (Portions unpaved). Take the 1st right onto N1206 (Portions unpaved). N1206 becomes 03s440 (Portions unpaved). Welcome to MAMMOTH LAKES, CA93546.
Los Angeles International Ariport,
315 miles/506.94 km
Amtrak serves the entire USA. For fares, tickets and schedules check the website.
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